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Old 10-27-2010, 10:43 AM
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help with stock selection

Looking for a new stock for my edge. Trying to decide between the manners t5 and t3. Gun will be
Packed around a lot. I really like the feel of the t5 but does anyone think its too bulky? Thanks for any insight.
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Old 10-27-2010, 02:48 PM
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Re: help with stock selection

I recently was looking for a stock for a build with the same criteria your seeking. After extensive research I went with the Manners T2 with 90% carbon fiber shell. I don't have the stock yet but Len weighed his on a accurate digital scale and it was 2.375 lbs. Jmden on this forum built a 338ax on a T2 which he built planning to pack it around quite a bit. Use the search feature to view his post. Maybe hell chime in if he sees this. Check out the T2 it may be what your looking for. One reason I picked it over the T3 was I believe it will be more comfortable shooting from the prone position.

Dan

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